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    anngriffin777 is offline Registered User
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    Help!!! I need one course to graduate!

    I just need one course to get my bachelor's degree in business administration , and it's driving me crazy. I have to have an upper-level business course. I am trying to find something easy to test out of. All of the choices that I see are DSST or ECE exams, and they look pretty rough. I could quit with one class, but that would look pretty lame. Anybody got any suggestions?

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    It's not testing out but you could look here

    https://is.lsu.edu/courselist.asp?ni...el=CO&Online=0

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    What about Business Statistics through ALEKS? It's recommended for Upper Division 3 credits. Will kick your butt :-) but you can work it all day every day until you pass.

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    Try Wilmington University. They offer test out (challenge), two-weekend on-site (module) or seven-week online, besides the regular full semester online/on campus courses. They have several Business Management courses. You will pay $250 to $342/credit depending if on site, online and/or military.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anngriffin777 View Post
    I just need one course to get my bachelor's degree in business administration, and it's driving me crazy. I have to have an upper-level business course. I am trying to find something easy to test out of. All of the choices that I see are DSST or ECE exams, and they look pretty rough. I could quit with one class, but that would look pretty lame. Anybody got any suggestions?
    Is taking a class not an option? I don't understand why you have to choose between testing out or dropping out?
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    I agree with jhp. Wilmington University has cool business management courses.

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    I visited there once to attend a DBA information session. The staff members and department chair I met seemed pretty down to earth.
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    anngriffin777 is offline Registered User
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    I took and passed the class!

    I took a level-4000 Managing Diversity course and am going to pass with a 96. That is my last class, I pretty much have a bachelor's degree in business administration now. Yay! I just need to transfer in an Aleks statistics course and a CLEP for Western Civilization course (that I have taken and passed, but not transferred in yet), and get the degree officially conferred. Next I will tackle a master's degree if I live to do it, and if it is God's will. Amen.

    Thank you.
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    anngriffin777 is offline Registered User
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    I already went through the Aleks intro to statistics course and going through the business statistics course would be repetitive/redundant. It was a great idea though and thank you. Frankly speaking, I wish I had done the business stats course in the first place because that would have killed 2 birds with one stone- a business class and a statistics class. Good job with the advice.

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